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I ygw TODAY NEW TODAY. - NEW TODAY. KEW TODAY. ' ' '
- XTTIT TODAY. EW TOPAT- KW TODAY. A f T V A C V ACREAGE
ACREAGE ACREAGE ACREAGE ACREAGE ACREAGE ACREAGE ACREAGE .
If Not, You Still Have a
Chance, and That
Is About All
We have just a few of
these acre tracts left.
This tract was put on
the market January 15,
(320 acres). We have
less than 10 tracts un
sold. The rapid sale has
proven that there is
You should have one
of these tracts.
$750 to $800
Onlv 30 minutes from
city on Mt. Hood Rail
way. Automobiles to
tract today phone to
our office and make res
ervation. S KEASEY :
232 Chamber of Commerce. CJ
Main 1189, A 3814.
I have the most nightly
suburban acre tracts to be
found around Portland; this
tract commands a superb
view of the Columbia River
and the mountains; each
tract is cleared, free from
gravel, with water piped to
each tract; the location is
Ho miles east of city limits,
near Columbia boulevard,
on Buckley ave. and O. W.
Ry., with good suburban
service; the roads are per
fect the year round; price
$S00 per tract; 5 and 10-acre
tract cheaper. Call or phone
628-9 Hamilton Bldg.
216 LEWIS BLDG.
C?OCAf 16 miles out on United
OUU Railroads, for ten acres,
" 3 acres of which is
(JOPrtft ls miles from Eajrle
acres in crop;
from car line.
(JOC flfin Coal prrposition at
3OUU farDL,hed bouse, includ
ing new "Cable" piano.
$15 a month on balance.
216 LEWIS BLDG.
DO YOU KNOW.
That full-bearing Prune Oi
ohanU netted their owners $3.")
mr ami last veaxt That 6-
year-old trees netted $150 per
arret That &-vear-oia trees
netted $o0 per creT
DO YOU KNOW
That we are offering you the
nnnnrtuuitv to secure a ten-
acre prune orchard for a eash
payment of $200 and per
month for four years', makinar a
cash outlay of $9"J0 without in
DO YOU KNOW
Tht thes navtnents cover the
cost of plantinp, care and cul
tivation of the orcnara lor iour
years T That you can pay the
balance of the purchase price
out of the proceeds of the
DO. YOU KNOW
That these tract axe located in
the Sim prune district, the
best in the world, two miles
south of the State Capital, an
ideal country home site, on
good macadam road T
DO YOU KNOW
That we will be pleased to pve
tou full information rcjrardinj?
these tracts if you will call,
write or phone
STEWART REALTY CO.
Main 3204. 313-14 Selling Bldg.
3tcrra at Greenville, on ood county
road, with Ft- F. D milk route and
telephone: 1 mile from Bunks, on I nu
rd Ky. eloctrlc Una and lVk mllea from
railway north of Forest Grove. All
fenced and under cultivation: Rood sou.
Fearing- family orchard, 7-room house,
barn and outbuilding. Price $1500.
7 acre, about 20 mllea east of Port
land. 5 miles from Corbett. on O.-vy.
R. 4 N.; -ood aofl. 2 acres under culti
vation, balance easily cleared: small
house and beautiful spring right by it.
Family orchard of about S trees: also
nice patch of strawberries. Price 11100,
H cash, balance per cent.
rtf acres. H mile from railway sta
3 tion. north of Banks, in Washing
ton County; rood soil; 7 acres under
cultivation: Rood well and living wa
ter: house lx4n. barn 14x22. and other
outbuilding. Young orchard. With
this place go 15 chickens, a good team,
new wagon, buggy, plow. 2 cows, 1
yearUng. Price $1700; $S00 cash, bal
ance 2 years at 7 per cent.
103 acres. 1? miles from Tlgard.
104 cn good road, good soil, all
under cultivation: fenced and cross
fenced; medium size barn. 2 acres in
voung orchard, trees about 3 years old.
Price $:J00: $600 cash, balance $550
per year at ( per cent.
a r acres. 1 miles from railroad, and
11 2 miles from United Ry. electric
line at Banks. Washington County. Ore
gon, on good county road. 11 acres
cleared. 4 acres under cultivation. 3
acres creek bottom, all fenced: land
rolling: fine shot soil: spring and creek,
old i-room house and other outbuild
ings, assorted family orchard and ber
ries. About 1S0.00O feet of good saw
timber and about 700 cords of wood.
Sawmill close by. Price $2400; $600
rash, balance t per cent on or before
Kaufmann & Moore
32S Lumber Exchange Bldg.
F. J. Rosenberjr & Co.,
618-19 Lumbermens Bid;:.,
Kindly aend me free informa
tion regarding vonr "BEST
Fill out the above and we will tell
you about it.
F. J. ROSENBERGS CO.
618-19 Lumbermens Bldg.
Best of Improved and unimproved
land. Pl'RE BEAVERDAM: unexcelled
bottom or fruit land In small tracts on
verv easy Herma. WHT pay from $400
to $700 per acre for poor land farther
from Portland WHEN we are offering
tracta of rich black loam toll at from
$60 to $200 per acreT
405 Couch. Bldg.
FOR A HOME?
THKSE PLACES ARB OS EMSCTRIO
LINES AXD CLOSE TO
5 acres. 4 miles from Courthouse or
center of Portland; all cleared: IH
acres of orchard, bearing; well, house
and barn. Price $.1500. terms.
1 f acres, nearly all under cultivation;
ID good orchard, small house and
barn. Price $5500.
5 acres, all under cultivation; 6-room
house, barn, full bearing; orchard,
all kinds of berries: fenced; well; two
blocks from electric line and 8 miles
f f acres, all under cultivation; house,
13 barn and other buildings. $3500,
00 acres, all under cultivation; all
level, fine soil. $300, half cash.
Have fine Improved, level, rich gar
den land: will sell in 6. 10, 15 or 20
acre tracts on easy terms. Ask about
"Thompson Garden Tracts."
Af( acres, fine stock ranch; never
iUU failing stream: 20 mllea from
Portland. Price $20 per acre.
t!f acres, full-bearing- merchantable
OU orchard, with over $4000 of im
provements: revenue one year $5000.
Price only $12,750; $4750 caah. balance
( per cent.
1 ?fl acres, 35 under cultivation: good
IOU buildings; fine springs and trout
stream: all stock, machinery, crops, etc..
etc.; 80 acres fine creek bottom, whicn
does not overflow. Price only $8500.
$3500 cash, balance terms.
Land all level, dark loam soil; free
from stumps, stone or gravel: part being-
put into garden and potatoes. Run
ning water; i mile from country town;
3 miles from electric line and on pro
posed line to be built this year; 9
miles from Vancouver. This land Is
being sold In 6 and 10-acre tracts at
$150 per acre. H cash and balance to
suit, on easy 'payment plan.
THOMPSON & SWAN
205-S ROTHCHILD BLDQ..
SIXTH AND MAIN STS
TEN ACRES IN OREGON MEANS PLENTY
OPPORTUNITY beckons In Oregon
to the man with limited or mod
erate means who will ln-est In small
tracts of acreage. If he will use only
ordinary care and judgment In select
ing his location and making sure that
the soil Is productive, he will succeed;
provided he possesses Industry and de
termination. There have been so many examples
cited recently of men who were making
a good living and more on 10 acres In
Oregon that repetition no longer ex
cites interest. It has been absolutely
proved that by reason of the fact that
more Intensive farming Is possible with
a small place than with a large one, it
is actually easier to accomplish given
results with the smaller acreage.
Ten acrea is the' unit that Is gener
ally used In discussing the question of
small farms. Fifteen or 20-acre places
come under the same general head for
purposes of discussion, and there are
many little farms of five acres, or even
less, that are-supporting families. The
Portland Chamber of Commerce has
been active in seeking out small farm
ers who are doing well on 10 acres and
have published some interesting bul
letins on the subject.
This desired result cannot be
achieved on any 10 acres, of course.
The land must be the best deep, fertile
and durable. Climatic conditions must
be favorable, with plenty of moisture.
a long growing season and freedom
from dangerous frosts, floods and
storms. Moreover, nearness to a center
of population large enough to Insure a
dependable market is essential; and
tranaDortatlon facilities for reaching
that market quickly and cheaply, equal
ly mn A rain, even with all of these
conditions satisfied, not all methods of
agriculture produce the necessary in
come. Wheat will not do it. even with
60 bushels to the acre and wheat at $1.
Clover and timothy will not do it even
with three or four tons to the acre- and
hay at $20 a ton. Cattle or sheep or
hogs or even milch cows will not do it,
without a large expenditure for extra
feed. For these products, larger areas
of cheaper land are necessary.
The 10-acre farmer Is of necessity a
specialist and a specialist In the crops
that bring the largest returns irora me
smallest area. ,
It Is possible that In the various
parts of the United States there may be
found the conditions requisite to suc
cess on 10 acres; but It Is certain that
these conditions are satisfied in Ore
gon. Cream From List
Suburban Home .
414 Couch Building
10 acres at Courtney, all in high
state of development, fruit, berries,
fine modern house 8 rros , barn, green
house. Will fell either 5 acres and
take 60me good property.
We have several acre tracts and
some fine homes at Courtney up to
$25,000. Also some fine lots, $300.
A Real Farm Bargain
53.73 acres 10 min. walk from Elec.
line at Orchards, 'i in cult., 15 acres
pasture, 1000 cords wood, every foot
level fine land, good 6 rm. house,
large barn, fine road, $400 team,
wagons, implements, and it all goes
at $135 per acre, about Vi cash. We
say it will sell for $300 per acre
within a year.
414 Ooucb. Bldg.
Suburban Home SpecUHsti.
Mt. Hood Electric
These large building sites
are located Just outside the
city limits on fine automo
bile boulevard. The Alt.
Hood Electric Ry. will have
Cars Running July 15
Kllworth Station will be
on the tract and will be
the first stop after leaving
the city. "The Portland Ry.
Light & Power Company
will maintain a local serv
ice Inside the city limits
giving the residents of Kll
worth the advantage of both
through express and local
Each of these sites ban
fifteen or more lovely fir
trees which will add much
to the beauty of the su
burban borne. The prices
of these sites, which aver
age one-half an acre is no
more than you would pay
for a. city lot and the
Terms So Easy
that any man no matter
how small his salary can
easily make the payments.
Our plan of payment gives
Eight Years to Pay
for your tract. The prices
are low at the present time
and with the city rapidly
building up for miles past
Kilworth there is nothing
that can prevent thle prop
erty from increasing rapid
ly. We will have a
20-Minute Car Service
into Portland which is
quicker by several minutes
than many inside residence
districts are now enjoying.
Our automobile is always
at the service of those real-,
SHAW & LOCKE
420 Lumbermen's bldg..
5th and Stark.
Main 8990 A 4186
Oregon Is a big state, and Is divided
by the Cascade Mountains into two sec
tions In which conditions are very dif
ferent. Western Oregon, Including the
valleys of the Willamette, Umpqua and
Rogue Rivers, is a humid country. That
is, the natural rainfall is heavy am
ple, under ordinary circumstances, to
mature crops. Eastern Oregon is arid
or semi-arid. Here, as far as the small
tract Is concerned, irrigation is indis
pensable. In both districts, the soil
la very productive and the climate
aside from the Inadequacy of the rain
fall In Eastern Oregon Is very favor
able. In either district, however. 10
acres will maintain a family. They
are alike in that respect. In the Irri
gated sections the soil Is nearly all
good, and If the water supply is ade
quate, almost any 10 acrea will serve.
In Western Oregon, greater care Is
necessary in selecting the acreage. By
far the greater part of the land is ex
cellent, it is true; but the prospective
purchaser must be sure the soil is deep
and well drained. toth as to -water and
air. A running stream Is of great ad
vantage,, and a good well for domestic
water supply Is a consideration. In the
valley bottoms along the water courses
such land can be found. The black
"swale" lands are excellent; the true
"beaverdam" land, of which there are
thousands of acres In Oregon, is per
fectly adapted. But much of the hill
land, especially the so-called "red shot"
soil. Is equally as suitable.
In either Eastern or Western Oregon
such lands as meet these requirements
are comparatively high priced. The de
mand for them is large and Is constant
ly Increasing. They are worth the
prices asked, because. If properly
worked, they will return an excellent
Income on the money Invested. Irri
gated land brings from 1150 to $300
per acre, and. In the new districts. Is
sold on easy payments. The price
usually Includes the water right, but a
maintenance fee of from $1 to $3 per
acre is charged. The cost of clearing
the land. levelAg it to receive 1 the
water and constructing the necessary
flumes, ditches, etc., will run from $10
to $50 an acre. For lands under culti
vation, with Improvements, higher
prices Are asked.
For suitable lands in Western Oregon
there is a wide variety of prices. Ex
cellent land on transportation lines
within 10 miles of the City of Portland
can be bought for $200 and $400 an acre.
The price decreases with distance, and
It Is perfectly possible to find suitable
land for $75 or even $50 an acre. In
THE FARMER IS THE
He gets 100 cents of every dollar he
earns. Wake up and get in his class.
Get away from the grind that is keep
Ins; you down. Ten acres at Rochester
will make you Independent.
$50 Per Acre
LEVEL, CLEARED, FERTILE LAND
ADJOlKtXa THE SEW TOWN OF
This is the land that pays its way.
This land is all ready to plant riKht
now. You don't have to spend 150
an acre clearing; up brush and stumps,,
nor work for years (retting, a little
patch ready for the plow, you can grow
anything on this land that can be
grown in this section and get a good
price for everything you raise.
REMEMBER THESE PRICES
W OJVT LAST. '
We have only a small amount of this
lsnd and when It is gone we won't
be able to buy another acre that we
oan sell as low as $50.
Terms that anybody can handle. Call
or write for Illustrated folder.
XOia Chamber f Commerce.
O Stark, Bet. Sd amd 4th,
IN THE WHOLE STATE OF
A THIRTY-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
TWENTY ACRES IN JONATHAN
AND BALDWIN APPLES.
Trees 12 years old, in excellent
condition ,and produced 5073 boxes of
apples last year, wbich brought from
75 cents tJ $1.75 per box, besides a
large car of vinegar apples selling for
$5 per ton.
Five acres timber and five acres
in yard, garden and stock lot.
Packing house 50x50 feet, 700 ap
ple boxes. New power sprayer and
mixing barrels. ,
Good five-room cottage, woodshed,
chicken house, etc. All buildings
painted and in good condition.
Team of horses, harness and
wagon. New plow and harrow and all
small tools necessary.
One Jersey cow, one pig, 80 chick
ens, four cherry trees; garden plant
ed. About a year's wood cut.
There is no better fruit land in thfc
state and is located in the Willam
ette Valley, one mile from new high
school in thriving town in Lane Co.,
and 14 miles from Sou. Pacific sid
ing where apples are loaded on the
Here is a bearing orchard produc
ing apples equal to any in Oregon at
a lower price than the raw land can
be bought for in other fruit districts
and the buyer has a payer from the
start without having to wait 6 to 8
years for returns.' The terms give
more than ample time to meet de
ferred payments from the proceeds
of the orchard. No such bargain was
ever offered before or ever will be
Price, $12,500; $5000 cash; $2500
Jan. 1, 1913; $5000 Jan. 1, 1916. In
terest 6 per cent.
STEWART REALTY CO.
313-14 Selling Bldg.
any event, the 10 acres should be on a
good road leading to a good market.
Rural mall delivery and telephone serv
ice are almost essential, and are gener
ally found throughout the more settled
sections. In an Irrigated district elec
tricity is commonly available.
Perhaps the easiest and surest way
of making a living from a small piece
of ground In Oregon Is to raise poul
try. Whether as an adjunct or a busi
ness, the profits from poultry In Ore
gon kre large and reliable. This Is
due both to the favorableness of con
ditions and to the high prices for poul
try products. Prices for eggs range
from 25 cents to 65 cents per doxen.
And this in spite of the fact that in
this state eggs can be produced at a
food cost as low as. If not lower than,
anywhere in the United States. The
genial, equable climate is greatly to
the advantage of the birds. At no time
Is it necessary to pen them in a coop
for protection against severe cold,
and Summer conditions prevail a large
part of the year. There 'are no abrupt
and extreme changes In temperature
In the Spring to endanger the life of
the young chicks. And a large invest
ment in warm houses is not necessary.
Green food Is available every day of
the year. A patch of Kale will provide
this indispensable element in the chick
ens' bill of fare.. Alfalfa Is an excel
lent food, either green or chopped.
Wheat and barley are the grains most
commonly fed. Average egg production
is high. Many chicken men count on
from 123 to 150 per fowl per annum,
which is decidedly above the average
for the United States. The high degree
of healtfulness of the fowl is another
asset. There are many fanciers, of
. course, increasing their profits by the
sale of breeding stock. But handled
simply for the eggs and the sale of
cockerels, old hens and surplus stocK
for eating, the chicken business pre
sents great opportunities1 to the man
with a small tract. And no matter in
what way he handles his land, he
should certainly keep a flock of hens,
the larger the better. Emphasis should
be placed upon the value of poultry
to the orchardlst or the truck gardener.
They will turn the waste products into
money, consume countless insects and
furnish a valuable fertilizer.
Ducks and gees are kept under about
the same conditions as hens, but tur
keys are raised very largely on the
"range." They are permitted to roam
at will and pick their own feed, re
ceiving grain only when very young
and a few weeks before marketing. So
it would appear that the 10-acre farm
er's venture in turkey-raising must be
on a limited scale.
ha? Just been subdivided Into
tracts of from ZVs to 10 acres
each, and will be sold on the
easiest kind of terms. The first
five tracts will be sold at $275
per acre. This price is positive
ly $100 to $200 per acre less than
Inferior land not so favorably lo
cated has actually been sold for.
All cleared and in crop. Finest
soil In the valley.
12 miles to drive from Portland
Postoffice; mile from the
beautiful town of Orenco, on the
Oregon Electric, 45 minutes from
Portland. You can have electric
lights and all conveniences.
DON'T BUY until you have
seen the BORWICK FARM.
A. E. VAUGHAN
904 TEON BLDG.
Phone Msrahall 2435.
61 acres, all in cultivation; excellent
2 water, one acre bearing orchard;
S-room plastered house, chicken-house
and five other outbuildings: good barn;
on countv road and Salem Electric line-,
at Tisard Station. Price $4500, hair
cash, balance 3 years at 6 per cent.
8 acres. 5 in cultivation, balance
stumps, pasture and timber; some
beaverdam land; good 5-room house,
storehouse, etc.; bearing orchard,
timber for barn on place; one-fourth
mile from Tigard Station. Price $4200.
1 f acres of exceptionally rich soli,
ill only nine miles from Portland,
overlooking the Sandy River, the fish
erman's Paradise, and affording an un
excelled view of the mountains, close
to railroad and automobile road;
enough timber on these tracts to pay
for them. Easily cleared, and only $125
per acre, with terms o fit your re
quirement". Af2 acres, all In crop; old buildings,
tJ 5 well, family orchard, rich black
loam soil, hi mile from West Woodburn,
on Salem Electric carline; 2H miles ta
Woodburn. Price $1S0 per acre, $2000
caeh. balance 3 to 5 years.
tZZ acres, SO In cultivation; rich black
OO loam. 2 miles to St. Paul, Marlon
County; M miles to boat landing, Wil
lamette River. Price $4600, terms,
onn acrea at Willamlna, Polk Coun
oUU ty, 3 miles from railroad; 200
acres in cultivation, balance timber and
pasture; 2 houses, 5 barns, fine running
water; one acre orchard, mile to
school, H mile to postofflce. Thi prop
erty is exceptionally choice and will cut
nicely for two families. Price only
$&0 per acre, H cash.
Kirk-White Realty Co.
216 Lewis Bldg.
Phone A 1213.
Tracts of one-half to 20 acres each,
in the valley just west of Council
Crest; the very best of ' soil, no rock,
gravel or hills and splendid water at
We have 43 people on this tract
that have bought from two to four
times each of this land; let us refer
you to them for recommendation,
both as to quality of soil and our
treatment of buyers. "We are the
oldest and largest acreage firm in
Portland. You are safe when deal
ing with us.
A very small tract of this highly
fertile soil, located where you get con
sumers' prices for everything you
produce, when cultivated in fruit,
berries, onions, horseradish, rhubarb,
asparagus or poultry will beat any
salary you ever had and is safe and
sure and you are yonr own master.
Independence and health for the en
Both steam and electric cars, only
40 minutes' ride from center of city;
the tunnel will reduce this to 25 min
utes. Prices range from $250 per acre
up and upon easy monthly payments ;
let us show this without expense to
The Shaw-Fear Co.
102 Fourth St.
Main 35, A 3500.
HARGROVE & SOXS
Specialists In Farms Ji'ear Portland.
J30 ACHES OX nASE LIXE ROAD.
This is one of the richest tracts of
land we have ever examined. There
are 50 acres, 35 Rcres in cultivation,
balance timber. The entire tract lies
perfectly, and is the richest loam soil
we have seen In Oregon. There are
250 bearing prune trees. 90 bearing apple
trees, cherries, etc. This elegant tract
n t-ie-iit nlonir the Base Line Road.
about 18 miles east of Portland, and
one mile from Fandy River. Can sell
you this splendid tract for $150 per
acre, Vi cash, balance to suit at 6 per
cent Interest. Call and look this tract
over, and if you are a Judge of good
land we know you will pronounce this
land to be the Dest you nave oimuiiieu
in the State of Oregon.
86 ACRES, 7 3IILES OCT.
This splendid farm is only 7 miles
from the city limits of Portland, good
r raveled road all the way. There are
6 acres. 35 acres in high state of
cultivation, balance splendid grove of
old growth fir. Entire tract the very
best of land. No rock or gravel. Good
5-room house, large barn. Choice va
riety of bearing fruit. Nice stream
and springs. Personal Property Team,
harness, three wagons, cow. hOKS,
chickens, and all Implements and crop.
Price only $11,000, $6500 cash, balance
6 per cent interest.
Hargrove & Sons
122 North -6th St.. cor. Glisan and 6th.
Main 4381, A 7259.
On Columbia River Near
One-third of a mile of , good, deep
waterfront on Columbia River near
Vancouver, Washington, located be
tween the railroad water frontage of
nearly one mile, and Vancouver; 100
acres of good, high land.except about
4 acres transferred to the S. P. & S. Co.
for right of way tnrough center; all
under cultivation and pasture; good
gravel foundation for large buildings;
an excellent location for large factory
site; high land may be platted and- is
suitable for residence locations. Terms
to'suit. Price $150,000.00.
EDSO M. ROWLEY
80S Washington St., Vancouver,, Wash.
nn acres, 12 in crop. Vi mile electric
t3 line. 18 miles Portland; black soil,
suitable for onions. $750 cah, balance
$2250; easy terms.
f c acres In Tualatin Valley, 20 miles
ID Portland; all cleared; thousand
dollar house, barn, orchard and berries;
l'i mile station and stores. $1500 cash,
balance $1500 on good time.
Keasey, Kumason S Jeffery
232 Chamber -of Commerce,
Located on the "West
Side Division and on the
Forest Grove Division of
the S. P. (both soon to be
electrified). Right in the
most fertile section of
the "Willamette Valley, t
Oregon Electric now
building to the tract.
will have at least 20
trains per day to and
from Portland, besides
river transportation. 8
regular passenger trains i
pass through the tract j
DEEP, RICH SOIL, ""
In 5 and 10-acre tracts
$150 to $200
Adjoining Prince Walnut
Orchards, for which
$2000 per acre has been
refused. We have the
same soil and climate.
Adjoining the Oregon
Nursery Co.'s tract and
the famous Lownsdale
Apple Orchard. We have
the same natural advan
Ground Floor Lumbermens Bldg.
and arrange to see the tract
"Adioins LAltamead, close
MontavIUa car and 1100 feet
south station Mt. Hood Ky.
Line. Exceedingly desir
able fractional acres or lots.
$1500 Per Acre
WE HAVE OTHERS.
301 Yeon Building.
30 acres,, level and' all cleared. In the
rpnrpr nf VancouvGr. Vahinprton; sur
rounding property on all sides has been
platted and nearly all inmrovedj ad
joining lOlS selling 1UI uym
$1500; tract will plat into about ISO
lots; streetcar lines on two sides on
main traveled streets; easy walking
Hiciflnna trt hllKineHB Dart of tilO CitV.
only 9 blocks from new postoffice I
Site. mre $oj,uuv, at,vuu v-tian, i
ance on time to suit; or $66,500, $16,500
cash and balance one-imrd eacn in one,
two n n rt three years. Maps of Van
couver showing this tract furnished oa I
EDSOX M. IIOWLEV, SOLE AGENT,
SOU Washington St., Vancouver, AVah.
Q acres, close to Portland, near elec-1
TCJ trie carline, school, church, store:
snlendid county road; best deep soil:
30 acres cleared and cultivated, balancj
timber and pasture: nvinj? stream. i
Price this week, $125 per acre; goodl
1 r acre3. near electric carline, 161
1U miles from Portland P. O.; excel-1
lent soil, level, all cleared and cultl-l
vated; close to good country town, with!
school, churches, store, etc.; good roads. I
$250 per acre, good terms; will sell hall' J
of this tract ai same rate, ui a oar
gain. J. W. Merlin 'Realty Co.
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